Vincenzo De Florio en Triads, Fractals Forever, beBee in English Researcher • Vrije Universiteit Brussel / Global Brain Institute - Evolution, Complexity and COgnition group 10/11/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +300

Osamu Tezuka's "Phoenix" and his vision of a fractal universe

I'm a lucky man. Throughout my life I've been meeting wonderful people that have been teaching me so much. Some of those people I've never met them -- some others are not even "alive", and yet they are my beloved teachers -- my beloved friends. A special moment is of course the very first one -- when I get in touch for the first time with one of these human treasures.  Here I'd like to share with you of my latest encounter -- Tezuka Osamu. I first read his magnificent "Message to Adolf", a wonderful Epic that deeply moved and enthralled me.

And then, I began his Phoenix ( 火の鳥 "Hi no Tori", "bird of fire" ).

I was -- I am -- speechless. Osamu-sensei has been able to express in a simple and beautiful language the All and the Truth. A vision of a fractal universe that reminded me of other beloved "friends" of mine, Leibniz and Giordano Bruno. I just would like to share with you my joy and some of the pages from 'Future', the second volume of The Phoenix, by my "new" teacher and friend, Tezuka Osamu ( 手塚 治虫 ).

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